Bank transfers

How to send a bank transfer

Join 35+ million people worldwide using Revolut and learn how to make bank transfers. See also: Send money from the UK.
You send
£2.00
£998Amount you'll convert
5.03096Exchange rate
Recipient gets
Send moneyHeads up, intermediary banks may charge additional fees to the recipient for this transfer.
Should arrive on March 1

*Exchange and remittance fees, fair usage limits and T&Cs apply. Exchange rates and fees shown are for illustration only

How to transfer money to a bank account

Send money to a bank account in a few taps

Transfer money directly in-app and track the status of your transfer throughout, so you’ll always know where your money is.

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  • Save your recipient's details to make repeat payments simple
  • Send money internationally with just a few taps
  • Track your transfer in-app from start to finish
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Transfer money globally from the UK

International bank transfers are quick and easy when you use Revolut

Avoid common bank transfer issues

  • Double-check the recipient details to avoid delays
  • Check the type of bank transfers your recipient's account can receive
  • Confirm with your recipient that you're sending to a valid and open bank account
We also use the UK name checking service, Confirmation of Payee to help you make sure new payments get sent to the right bank account.

Types of bank transfers

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Bank transfers FAQs

  • A bank transfer is a direct transfer of funds from to a bank account. In other words, it's when you send money from one account to another using someone's account details. Bank transfers can be between two UK accounts or two international accounts. Bank transfers can also be referred to as online transfers, money transfers, and more. Learn more *Please note: Revolut isn't a bank in all countries, but you can still send and receive money transfers with your Revolut account.
  • The transfer methods you choose can affect the delivery time. Payments to other Revolut customers usually arrive within a few seconds. Transfers to cards typically take a few minutes, but can take up to 30 minutes. International bank transfers can arrive in as little as minutes, or up to 3 to 5 business days, depending on the currency and destination. Learn more. If you're sending to a non-Revolut account, the delivery times may differ from the timelines above. All transfers are subject to review and on rare occasions it might take longer than typical to complete. Learn more about transfer methods
  • When sending money from the UK, we won't charge you currency exchange fees on weekdays, as long as your transfer is within your plan's exchange allowance. We may apply a transfer fee, but this depends on the amount you send, and your plan's international transfer allowance. Check our pricing widget for more details on international transfers and fees. Learn more
  • The details we ask for vary depending on the payment method you choose. It's usually a combination of the recipient's phone number, full name, bank account number, and BIC/SWIFT number. Sometimes, we may ask you for other details, like their city. Learn more
  • We send money transfers as quickly as possible, but sometimes they can take a little extra time to be sent to your recipient. No matter what, we'll always keep you updated on the status of your transfer. Learn more. To avoid delays with your bank transfer, always check your recipient's details are correct. Learn more
  • With Revolut, you can easily transfer money to someone else's bank account within the UK and internationally.
    1. If you don't have it already, download our Android or iOS app for free and sign up
    2. Add money to your Revolut account via your card or bank account
    3. Go to 'Transfer' and choose your destination country and currency
    4. Enter your recipient's details. You'll usually need their full name, bank account number, and sort code. Some payment methods and destination countries may require additional information
    5. Fill in the amount, tap 'Send' and you're all set
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